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The Secret To Having Absolute Confidence in The Creator: The Law of Supply

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According to the spiritual law of supply, The Creator is the ultimate supplier, and his supply is unlimited.

Spiritual teachers mostly use nature to prove this Law.

If you take a closer look at nature, you’ll realize that all creatures are placed in areas which supply them with everything they need. For example, lions are placed where there’s an abundance of zebras and antelopes, while eagles are placed where there’s an endless supply of small animals. Besides this, there’s always a source of water for animals regardless of where they live.

I don’t know if animals understand the law of supply, but I know they never worry about food or water.

Human beings are the most advanced animals, but ironically, we are the number one worriers. We have powerful minds that realize the existence of The Creator, but surprisingly we worry more and doubt God’s provision. Jesus, the Christian Messiah, was so perplexed by our level of worry that he said, ‘Look at the birds of the air: they do not sow or reap or store away in barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not much more than they? Can anyone of you by worrying add a single hour to your life?’What Jesus was trying to say, is that we must never worry about our needs because The Creator will always provide for us.

Most of us lack confidence in God because we are unaware that the sole duty of God is to provide and ensure we have whatever we want. For this reason, we avoid asking big.

We have to ask big and be confident in The Creator because he always supports us by supplying us with everything we need. For instance, he provides us with endless opportunities that we can only see when we increase our awareness levels. His supply is unlimited.

If you don’t have confidence in God, then I believe understanding the Law of Supply will help build confidence in him. The Creator created a demand in you so that he can supply, and there’s nothing he cannot provide if you have absolute confidence in him. For this reason, avoid worrying about your future, and put all your trust in The Creator because he supplies for every creature in the world, and supplying your needs is a small thing for him.

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  1. Pinchez

    January 28, 2018 at 8:55 am

    True… God is the Only supplier….for demand to exist there must be a supplier…we are the demand he is the supply

    • Isaac Wechuli

      January 28, 2018 at 9:16 am

      Yes man….in addition, we don’t get God’s supplication because of the limitations in our minds, and the lack of faith in the power of the Creator’s supply

  2. swanstuff

    April 1, 2019 at 7:50 pm

    Always a good reminder! And though your nature example isn’t actually logical, it’s a pretty picture of real truth. Worry eats the mind!

    • Isaac Wechuli

      April 2, 2019 at 5:13 am

      it’s logical. I have watched hundreds of nature documentaries and realized that every animal is always placed where it can access its preferred food

      • swanstuff

        April 2, 2019 at 5:54 pm

        I agree that God is an abundant provider, that’s why he gives animals legs to move to where the supply is. Doesn’t take anything away from the great provider. 🙂

  3. Isaac Wechuli

    April 2, 2019 at 8:03 pm

    Yes swanstuff God is an abundant provider, capitalism and the destruction of nature have created the illusion that the world’s resources are scarce. Meditating deeply on God and the world showed me that the creator created all needs and a way to fulfill them. We just have to have absolute faith in ‘The Great Provider.’ It’s very beneficial to believe in The Creator’s ability to provide. And thanks alot for your enlightening idea. ‘God is an abundant provider, that’s why he gives animals legs to move to where the supply is.’ I never looked it at this angle

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Embracing Hardships: The Secret to Inner Peace

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Embracing Hardships: The Secret to Inner Peace

‘Be like the rock; though the waves keep crashing over, it stands unmoved, and the raging of the sea falls still around it.’ – Marcus Aurelius

In my article, 4 Practical and Unique Ways to Attain Inner Peace, I discussed four factors that enable inner peace. Today, I’ll discuss how embracing hardships is the way to inner peace.

After studying stoicism for a while, I realized that the stoics attained inner peace because they embraced hardships. Unlike most of us, they viewed hardships as a necessary part of life, and therefore, they never feared the possibility of future difficulties.

They believed hardships enabled them to grow stronger, and they argued that great people attained greatness because of the numerous hardships they went through. For instance, Epictetus, one of the famous stoics, wrote, ‘What would become of Hercules, if there had been no lion, hydra, stag or boar, and no criminals to rid the world of? What would he have done in the absence of challenges? What would have been the use of those arms, that physique, and that noble soul, without crisis or conditions to stir into him action?

Earlier, I never tried to embrace the stoics’ attitude towards hardships because I believed hardships only come to unspiritual people. I believed I would never experience hardships if I became virtuous and embraced spiritual exercises such as prayer, meditation, and yoga.

However, after facing several hardships despite embracing spirituality, I realized that hardships are a part of life and they affect everyone, including the righteous. Besides, I noticed that resisting hardships and feeling that I should not encounter them because I embraced spirituality prevented me from attaining inner peace. I then realized that the stoics were right when they said, ‘the best way to attain inner peace is to be ready for hardships and to accept them as part of life and an opportunity for growth.’

When you are ready for hardships, you’ll attain inner peace because you’ll never fear them. As well, when you perceive hardships as an opportunity for growth, you’ll never be depressed when you face them because you’ll strive to gain from them.

To adopt the stoic’s perception of hardships, we must understand that hardships are part of nature because all animals face difficulties. For instance, a baby wildebeest often struggles before it knows how to run, a young male lion often relies on scavenging after older male lions chase it from the pride, and a chick has to break the egg for it to get out of it.

Hardships are, therefore, part of the flow of life, and we have to accept them as long as we are willing to live. Accepting them results in inner peace because we’ll stop worrying when we anticipate hardships, and we’ll never be depressed or stressed when hardships arrive.

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25 Powerful Affirmations to Lift Your Thinking

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I used to doubt the effectiveness of affirmations. However, after studying hypnosis for a while, I discovered that affirmations work, particularly when you say them while in a relaxed state of mind. Besides this, I realized that they work because they change our beliefs, which influence our reality.

For this reason, I selected the following affirmations, which I say frequently. I hope you’ll also say them regularly, so that they lift your thinking, change your belief system, and eventually change your reality.

  1. ‘I know that I am pure Spirit, that I always have been, and that I always will be. There is inside me a place of confidence and quietness and security where all things are known and understood.’ –  Wayne Dyer
  2. ‘I am an excellent creature, a valuable part of the universe in which I exist.’ – Jane Roberts
  3. ‘My existence enriches all other portions of life, while my own being is enhanced by the rest of creation.’ – Jane Roberts.
  4. ‘It is good, natural, and safe for me to grow and develop and use my abilities, and by doing so I also enrich all other portions of life.’- Jane Roberts.
  5. ‘I am eternally couched and supported by the universe of which I am a part.’ – Jane Roberts.
  6. ‘By nature, I am a good deserving creature, and all of life’s elements and parts are also of good intent.’ – Jane Roberts.
  7. ‘I have passed through the illusion of matter; I am now conscious that I am Divine.’ – anonymous
  8. ‘I call upon the law of accumulation. My supply comes from God, and now pours in and piles up, under grace.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  9. ‘My supply comes from God – I have the magic of the spirit. It can never be depleted. As money goes out, immediately money comes in.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  10. ‘Surely, goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.’ –  King David
  11. ‘I cannot be separated from God the Giver; therefore, I cannot be separated from God the Gift. The Gift is in action.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  12. ‘The genius within me is released; I now fulfill my destiny.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  13. ‘The Father (God) and I are one.’  – Jesus Christ
  14. I trust that everything is working for the highest good, and I am receiving all that I am meant to have.’  – Diana Haymond
  15. ‘The Lord is my shepherd; I shall never lack.’ – King David
  16. ‘I expect the unexpected, and my glorious good now comes to pass.’- Florence Scovel Shinn
  17. ‘I am a spiritual being having a human experience.’ – Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  18. ‘The giver of life is ever-present and guides all my steps.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  19. ‘I feel the fear dripping away; there’s a stillness that nothing transmits, I’m a breeze that grows stronger.’ – iLe
  20. ‘Every day, I am becoming a better version of myself.’
  21. ‘I now catch up with my good, for before I called, I was answered.’ – Florence Scovel Shinn
  22. ‘I am a child and a manifestation of God, and every moment his life, love, wisdom and power flow into and through me.’ – anonymous
  23. ‘I give my problems to the Great mind of God; I let go of them, confident that the correct answers will return to me when they are needed.’ – Wayne Dyer
  24. ‘To the great Law of attraction, everything in my life that I need for my work and fulfillment will come to me. It is not necessary that I strain about this. I should only believe. For in the strength of my belief, my faith will make it so.’ – Wayne Dyer
  25. ‘I am a god, who once believed s/he was man.’ – Isaac Wechuli

N/B – Modern society demands us to perform many activities that might prevent us from saying all the above affirmations regularly. For this reason, you can only choose one or two of them if you have a busy schedule.

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